RECENTLY-REFORMED Mountain Rangers stretched their lead at the top of the Anglesey League table to five points with a 9-1 victory over Llandegfan.

The Rhosgadfan-based club now sit on 23 points having played nine matches in the division and remain unbeaten too.

They have also scored the most goals (45) and conceded the least (10).

Alex Philp's side played some impressive football on Saturday afternoon as they condemned the visitors to the bottom of the table on goal difference.

Midfielder Rhys Wynne opened the scoring on five minutes before Simon Kay saw his penalty on 15 minutes save brilliantly by Llandeg keeper Duane Hunt.

On 24 minutes, Rangers doubled their lead through top scorer Sam Williams before Terry Watkinson made it 3-0 seconds later. Just after the half hour mark, Kay stepped up to this time convert a penalty and make it 4-0 before Williams added his second to make it 5-0 at the break.

Rangers started the second half just as they had finished the first by bagging two early goals through Williams completing his hat-trick and Wynne adding his second goal to make it seven.

Llandegfan then pulled one back through Rob Boyes's penalty and the game went quiet for around 30 mins before Cian Davies-Hughes added two in the last minutes.